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ipad or ipad2


iqs

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Hi,

Just wondering if its worth purchasing the new ipad,when the previous ipad has been reduced in price ?

Also ,I have an iphone with i-tunes installed on my PC,how do I install the ipad on the same PC ?

Thank you

Regards

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bremner

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When you connect it iTunes will launch and recognise it you will be prompted to name it; "iqs iPad" for example. So long as this is different than the iPod everything will be fine. You can then double click on its entry and chose what you want sync'd with it.

As for iPad for iPad 2, if you have the funds buy a 2. It has faster processor, more memory, is thinner and has two cameras.

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ßeta

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I would go with the Orignal iPad.

iPad 2 vs. original iPad: what's changed?

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iqs

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thank you for the advice bremner,very much appreciated

Can I ask Beta why you suggest the original ipad ?,thanks

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Click on the link (blue letters) supplied by ßeta to see the differences

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chub_tor

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iqs

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Hi Fruit Bat /\0/\ ,didn't notice the link ,thanks for pointing it out

Hi chub_tor ,thanks for the link

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